U.S. Strategic Nuclear Policy: An Oral History, 1945-2004 produced by Sandia National Laboratories and released publically for the first time by the National Security Archive (http://nsarchive.org). Topics: US Strategic Nuclear Policy, National Security Archive, Sandia National Laboratories
From U.S. Air Force index card: "Film describes the physical characteristics of the SAC Command Post, communications network, warning and alert systems, a senior controller demonstrating how positive control is assured and a simulated alert situation." Topics: Air Force, Strategic Air Command, SAC, ballistic missiles, Nuclear History, National Security...
From U.S. Air Force index card: An Air Intelligence Briefing tracing the development of the Soviet ballistic missile threat from its inception, just after the close of WWII, to 1 January 1960. Topics: Air Force, Soviet Union, Ballistic Missiles, Nuclear History, National Security Archive
From U.S. Air Force index card: "Covers activities of ground and flight crews during a three-month test conducted at Loring Air Force Base, Maine, to demonstrate conclusively that an airborne alert force can be maintained successfully." Topics: Air Force, Airborne Alert, Operation Head Start, Nuclear History, National Security Archive
byU.S. Air Force. Air Photographic and Charting Service
This item was obtained and uploaded by the National Security Archive - http://www.nsarchive.org - an independent non-governmental research institute and library located at The George Washington University. Use is authorized in accordance with Creative Commons license and with credit to the National Security Archive. For more information see the complete posting at the National Security Archive's Nuclear Vault - http://www.nsarchive.org/nukevault/ebb336 The following description of the film is... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Strategic Air Commmand, SAC, war plan, air force, airborne alert, nuclear war, nuclear history,...
This is a copy of a draft report produced by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the mid-1970s on the 1953 Coup d'etat in Iran, titled "The Battle for Iran." The document's Foreward describes the report as an "account of the role of the Central Intelligence Agency in the political action operation that altered the course of history in Iran... It is based on files remaining in the [CIA Near East] Division (although the great bulk of the correspondence and traffic dealing... Topics: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Archive, Iran, Coup d'etat, TPAJAX, AJAX,...
byThomas R. Johnson, Center for Cryptologic History, NSA
This is a digital copy of a four book series on the history of "American Cryptology During the Cold War, 1945-89," produced by the Center for Cryptologic History at the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). They were declassified and released to the public in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from the National Security Archive at George Washington University. The history is just Vol. 5 of Series VI of United States Cryptologic History produced by the NSA. The NSA has... Topics: Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP), National Security Agency (NSA), National...
byCenter for the Study of Intelligence, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
This is a copy of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) history of "William Colby's tenure as Director of Central Intelligence, 1973-76." It was written by Harold "Hal" P. Ford, while he worked as "an independent contractor for the CIA History Staff", and was completed in 1993.The document was declassified by the CIA in 2011 in response to a request by the National Security Archive at George Washington University, which published the document online here... Topics: National Security Archive, William Colby, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Director of Central...
This is a copy of a four volume set of histories, accompanied by a "special supplement", produced by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), titled "The History of SIGINT in the Central Intelligence Agency, 1947-70." It is "DCI-4", or the fourth in a series of histories produced by the CIA about its Directors of Central Intelligence (DCI). It was completed in October of 1971, and first declassified in July of 2013. The CIA released the report to the public on... Topics: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Office of Strategic Services (OSS), Army, Navy, Codewords,...
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